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  2. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir,—You did me all the damage yon could before the election, and now you are either misled yourself, or are misleading the public in reference to South Bourke. So far as is yet known to me, it stands ...

    Article : 107 words
  3. IDLINGS IN THE BUSH.—No. XII.

    The cry is still "Would they would come." Scarcely a station, but the same complaint is made—"We are so short of hands." Allow me to propose to the Committee of the ...

    Article : 775 words
  4. AMERICA.

    We are [?] to Messrs. Adams and Co., and Flower, M'Laren and Co., for some New York papers, to the 15th March, being seventeen days later than our last inteiligence. In the ...

    Article : 197 words
  5. THE ALPACAS.

    A correspondence has taken place between the Home Government and the acting British consul-general at Lima, relative to the introduction of the above valuable animal. It has ...

    Article : 592 words
  6. GOLD CIRCULARS.

    Sir,—In Mr. [?] "Gold Circular," published in this day's Argus, the following passage occurs, when speaking of "a party disposing of assying apparatas along with which was half a ton of [?] copper." ...

    Article : 378 words
  7. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    THE LEGISLATURE.—New that the elections are pretty nearly over, people are beginning to turn their eyes towards the band of hopefuls who are to do the Government dirty work in the shape of additional ...

    Article : 3,946 words
  8. NATIONAL EDUCATION.

    [?] [?] Meeting, convened by advertise[?] held in the Baptist Chapel at Cas[?] on Monday evening last, the ...

    Article : 883 words
  9. VOLUNTARYISM IN AMERICA.

    Sir,—I attended the nomination at Melbourne, and heard the speeches of the candidates. They were tolerably fair specimens of hustings oratory, but there was one very marked exception in the address of Mr. ...

    Article : 758 words
  10. CASTLEMAINE CRIMINAL COURT.

    The Criminal Court was opened this morning by Mr. Acting Chief Justice Barry taking his seat at ten o'clock. The following gentlemen were sworn in Justices of ...

    Article : 2,137 words
  11. BOURKE COUNTY COURT.

    This being a case which involved a question of title to land, in which the Court had no jurisdiction, the plaintiff was nonsuited, with costs. ...

    Article : 1,566 words
  12. SUPREME COURT.

    The following important practice case we print for the benefit of the Profession:- This was an application by Mr Smyth, for an injunction against the respondent and the ...

    Article : 272 words
  13. ORIGINAL POETRY.

    Hurrah for the Rifle!—In days long ago Our fathers were feared for the bill and tha bow! And Edwards and [?] in battles of old, Were proud of their archers so burly and bold: ...

    Article : 168 words
  14. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, THIS DAY.

    Messrs. W. M. Tennent and Co., at their Rooms—[?] men's stores, groceries, [?] printing-press, [?] and spirits, produce, boots and shoes, drapery, and miscellaneous merchandise. ...

    Article : 261 words
  15. INSOLVENT COURT.

    IN THE ESTATE OF [?] V. ROBERTSHAW. This was a first meeting in this estate for the proof of debts, &c. The insolvents were in attendance, as well as the official assignee, Mr. ...

    Article : 212 words
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